The Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns
The Shasha Seminar for Human Concerns is an educational forum for Wesleyan alumni, parents, and friends that provides an opportunity to explore issues of global concern in a small seminar environment.
WESeminars are among Wesleyan’s most popular and well-attended educational programs. Interactive and inspiring, they provide opportunities to revisit the classroom and experience firsthand the academic excellence that is the essence of Wesleyan, with presentations by scholars, pundits, and other experts in their fields.
A number of our alumni programs provide opportunities for you to explore new regions and cultures in the company of inquisitive travelers who share a common bond.
Wesleyan University offers lectures throughout the year that celebrate academic excellence and liberal arts education. Lectures take place both on and off campus, and most are free and open to the public.
Graduate Liberal Studies Program
A liberal arts education develops critical and creative thinking through study of the arts, humanities, mathematics, sciences, and social sciences. Designed for adults, featuring part-time study, GLSP courses lead to the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies and the Certificate of Advanced Study.